This terrific little Deluxe Traveler offers a new dimension into exotic living for your bird!
Just like the regular Mango Traveler, this little unit has a lift off top, but!!!.... a center ladder, 2 cup holders, 2 plastic cups and even has room for the toy holder...and don't forget the included Mango Tidbit toy!
A fabulous Traveler unit for the bird who loves just a little more luxury then the rest!
Stand is 50" high, 14 1/4" wide x 10" deep. 20 lbs whole stand (13 lb stand, 7 lb lift off table top). Natural Ribbonwood Perch available in 3 sizes
Stands give your bird places to go and people to see!
Removable table top!
2 Feeder cups
Light weight: Only 20 lbs
Easy to clean removable tray
Paint and workmanship warranty
Natural Ribbonwood Perch
Not Recommended for large macaws and cockatoos
Made in the USA
Our Stands are custom made to the color of your choice and manufactured by our staff here in the USA. Please allow up to 3 weeks for your item to be shipped. If a longer lead time is required, Customer Service will contact you directly. Thank you for choosing Mango Pet Products, we appreciate your business!
take a tour of the Mango Deluxe Hilltop Traveler Table top Stand
this is the stand pictured above with out the floor base
"This is a very easy to carry, easy to clean, versatile perch that can be positioned wherever we want. Having your parrot(s), near you as you work can be tremendously comforting you them and very entertaining for us. We strongly recommend the stand because it works well for the types of training exercise that we discuss. I particularly like the fact that the perch and tray can easily be removed from the stand so that once a reticent parrot gets bribed out onto the perch, his caregiver cant take him away from the cage for training. This stand will come in handy on a daily basis for neutral room training, ambient attention which you work, encouraging a cage bound bird out of its cage, etc. It's also nicely transportable so you can take it to the office of friend's house when you take your bird, Sally Blanchard, Companion Parrot Quarterly." With her permission we've reprinted her take on the Traveler Stand as printed in Companion Parrot Quarterly.